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Social Justice Ireland implores Government for essential vulnerable households support

“Government must do more to protect vulnerable households against the impact of mortgage rate increases” according to Dr Seán Healy, CEO, Social Justice Ireland.

Westmeath County Council continue response to the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis

Westmeath County Council established the Community Response Forum to bring services and agencies together to respond to the crisis in a co-ordinated fashion with membership of the forum includes all the relevant service providers in the county, representatives of voluntary groups and a member of the Ukrainian community.

Space and privacy prominent features of well located Mayfield Grove property

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23 Mayfield Grove, Athlone, Co Westmeath, N37XY19

New ED to provide more capacity and privacy

University Hospital Galway’s new temporary emergency department, which will be completed shortly, will provide additional capacity and privacy for patients.

Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre now offering free lessons for Ukrainian refugees

Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre, a Department of Education recognised training Institute, now in its 35th year of business is a quality school with Cambridge Exams Centre recognition, EAQUALS, Quality English, ACELS/QQI and FETAC accreditation.

Privilege of being county’s ‘first citizen’ a true ‘honour’ for Keena

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Outgoing Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Frankie Keena, noted his “honour” at being elected as the county’s ‘first citizen’, as he passed on the Mayor’s chain to Cllr Aengus O’Rourke following his term of office at the recent AGM of the local authority.

Call for car-free Sundays in solidarity with Ukraine in Westport

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Community groups and public representatives in Westport have written to Mayo County Council asking for the facilitation of Car-Free Sundays in the town to highlight, and reduce, local dependence on fossil fuels.

Galway must do ‘everything it can’ to make Ukrainian refugees welcome

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Galway must do “everything it can” to make refugees from Ukraine welcome in Ireland, while the State needs to ensure they are properly supported with access to vital measures such as good-quality accommodation.

Local Sinn Fein Deputy calls on government parties to scrap planned carbon tax hikes

Local Sinn Féin Deputy Sorca Clarke has urged cross-party support for a Sinn Féin motion that calls on government to scrap the planned carbon tax hike.

Forget the populists, the Government is doing fine

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A few short weeks ago, we were convulsed by the popping of some champagne corks in Iveagh House. This followed prolonged agonising over whether the partition in The Station House Hotel, in idyllic Clifden, was opened or closed.

 

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